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Old 07-17-2007, 09:43 PM   #1
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i wanna take off the "GM factory theft system thing" sticker on the interior but its pretty glued on there, and i dont wanan leave any residue on my window.

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razor blade, windex, razor blade again then wipe

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Goo gone works wonders. Let it soak in.
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if you dont have goo gone
you can use some wd-40
the oil kills the adhesive followed up by a good cleaning and presto
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Razor blade and goo gone. Works great.
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3M General Purpose Adhesive Remover. Its at least twice as fast as goo gone, and i used it on the theft deterrent sticker.

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